3 edition of Special study : turbine engine rotor disk failures found in the catalog.
Special study : turbine engine rotor disk failures
United States. National Transportation Safety Board.
|Other titles||Turbine engine rotor disk failures|
|Statement||adopted December 18, 1974|
|Series||Report - National Transportation Safety Board ; no. NTSB-AAS-74-4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
The main objective of this study is the validation of numerical forced response predictions through experimental blade vibration measurements for higher order modes of a blade-integrated disk (blisk). To this end, a linearized and a nonlinear frequency domain CFD methods are used, as well as a tip timing measurement by: 1. The turbine nozzle prepares the combustion mass airflow to drive the turbine rotor. First they change a portion of the heat and pressure energy to velocity energy. The fixed vanes are shaped and set at such an angle that they form a number of small nozzles that discharge the gases at extremely high speeds.
Based on the typical start and stop conditions of aeroengine high pressure rotor, the problem of flow-thermo-elastic coupling is solved in this research. Applying basic theory and control equation, it is analyzed the fields of transient temperature, thermal stress and thermal deformation in the start and stop process. Then the temperature at last stopping moment is selected as the boundary Author: Wenjun Yang, Bobo Li, Lei Wang, Huiqun Yuan. An FAA study of in-service events involving uncontained failures of critical rotating engine parts has indicated the need for mandatory inspections. The mandatory inspections are needed to identify those critical rotating parts with conditions, which if allowed to continue in .
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The compiled data were analyzed to establish: (1) the incidence of rotor failures and the number of contained and uncontained rotor bursts; (2) the distribution of rotor bursts with respect to engine rotor component--i.e., fan, compressor or turbine; (3) the type of rotor fragment (disk, rim or blade) typically generated at burst; (4) the cause.
This turbine disk case study, undertaken to explore the completeness of the committee-defined ULCE critical issues, identified 18 needs and concerns that in retrospect would have aided the. For instance, the reduced hydraulic oil pressure can be used to activate the brakes to stop the wind turbine.
The brake disk is made of a special metal alloy that can endure temperatures of up to °C and is normally installed on the high-speed shaft, i.e. between gearbox and generator, to keep the brake disk diameter as small as possible.
by: 2. This paper investigates the root cause of a failure in gas-turbine blades, made of Nimonic nickel-based superalloy. The failure was reported in two blades in the second stage of a turbine-compressor of a gas turbine in the hot section. Two failed blades were broken from the root and from the airfoil.
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The turbine rotor assembly is made of two main parts, the disk and blades. Nozzle vanes may be either cast or forged. Some vanes are. (1) Welding and straightening of turbine engine rotating airfoils does not require special equipment.
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Investigations of modal parameters for a mistuned packet of turbine blades due to lacing wire damage are reported using analytical and numerical studies with a simplified model. The turbine blade is assumed to be an Euler-Bernoulli beam connected with a lacing wire which is modeled as a mass less linear elastic spring.
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The study presented in this paper aims to extend a previous model for simulating blade casing interaction phenomena occurring in gas turbine aero engine compressors. The method is extended to explore the effects of changes to the aerofoil modeshape that occur as the amplitude of vibration increases.